a review of evan-moor's jumbo fun with the alphabet, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Jumbo Fun with the Alphabet

When I was searching for school activities for my preschooler over the summer, I came across Evan-Moor’s Jumbo fun with the Alphabet activity book and decided to buy it. Now that I have used this book for a few months with my children, I feel I can give an accurate review. Just for reference, my […]

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4 tips for teaching preschoolers at home, learn with emily dot com

4 Tips for Teaching Preschoolers at Home

Young children love learning and spending time with their parents. If they see parents spending time working on school work with older siblings, they may want to have school work themselves. While a toddler’s main mode of learning should be play and exploration, fun learning activities can also be a great way to develop early […]

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A review of evan-moor's skill sharpeners geography pre-k book, learn with emily dot com

A Review of Evan-Moor’s Pre-K Skill Sharpeners Geography book

If you have a toddler and homeschool older siblings, your pre-K child may want to do “school work” too. My 3-year old started insisting on worksheet type activities when she was 2 1/2. Since that time, I have sought out preschool activities she would enjoy. My 3-year old was excited for our opportunity to try […]

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fast and easy halloween sensory bin, learn with emily dot com

Fast and Easy Halloween Sensory Bin

A sensory bin is a tactile experience in a container. Sensory bins allow children to explore the feel of different material while also experiencing motor practice, play-based learning, and child-directed fun. This Halloween sensory bin took me about 2 minutes to put together. My 2 and 4 year old children have been taking turns using […]

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How to Occupy Toddlers during homeschool: activity ideas and management strategies

How to Occupy Toddlers During Homeschool: Activity Ideas and Management Strategies

This Ask Me Monday (AMM4) question covers the topic of ways to Occupy toddlers during homeschool. This article includes toddler and pre-school age activity ideas and management strategies. Submitted Question: I’d love some insight….I have soon to be 4 year old twins. One, my daughter, has Down Syndrome. Her brother does not. He is very […]

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Picture of letters in two containers with the caption, top 6 alphabet toys for leaning letter names and sounds, learn with emily dot com

Top 6 Alphabet Toys for Learning Letter Names and Sounds

A literacy rich environment is one that exposes children to print from an early age. Access to books, educational toys, and other writing at home all contribute to a literacy rich environment. Care givers who spend time talking to, playing with, and reading to children will maximize the benefits of early exposure to print. Alphabet toys […]

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